Key Specifications Table
|Species Reactivity||Key Applications|
|H, M, R, Yeast (S. cerevisiae), Ch||WB, IP, DB, ChIP|
|Presentation||Anti-Histone H3 (C-term) (rabbit monoclonal IgG). One vial containing 100 µL of cultured supernatant in 0.05% sodium azide. Store at -20°C.
Negative Control Supernatant (rabbit). One vial containing 100 µL of cultured supernatant in 0.05% sodium azide. Store at -20°C.
ChIP Primers, β-Globin.
One vial containing 75 μL of 5 μM of each primer specific for human β-Globin. Store at -20°C.
FOR: AGG ACA GGT ACG GCT GTC ATC
REV: TTT ATG CCC AGC CCT GGC TC
|Safety Information according to GHS|
|Material Size||25 assays|
|Material Package||25 assays per set. Recommended use: ~4 μL of antibody per chromatin immunoprecipitation (dependent upon biological context).|
ChIPAb+ Histone H3 (CT) - ChIP Validated Antibody and Primer Set, rabbit monoclonal SDS
ChIPAb+ Histone H3 (CT) - ChIP Validated Antibody and Primer Set, rabbit monoclonal Certificates of Analysis
|ChIPAb+ Histone H3 (C-term)||3045066|
|ChIPAb+ Histone H3 (C-term)||2477942|
|ChIPAb+ Histone H3 (C-term) - 1928788||1928788|
|ChIPAb+ Histone H3 (C-term) - 2011154||2011154|
|ChIPAb+ Histone H3 (C-term) - 2196066||2196066|
|ChIPAb+ Histone H3 (C-term) - 2297303||2297303|
|ChIPAb+ Histone H3 (C-term) - 3386034||3386034|
|ChIPAb+ Histone H3 (C-term) - JH1768243||JH1768243|
|ChIPAb+ Histone H3 (C-term) - JH1787152||JH1787152|
|ChIPAb+ Histone H3 (C-term) - NG1817558||NG1817558|
|Reference overview||Species||Pub Med ID|
|The histone acetyltransferase MOF activates hypothalamic polysialylation to prevent diet-induced obesity in mice.|
Brenachot, X; Rigault, C; Nédélec, E; Laderrière, A; Khanam, T; Gouazé, A; Chaudy, S; Lemoine, A; Datiche, F; Gascuel, J; Pénicaud, L; Benani, A
Molecular metabolism 3 619-29 2014
Overfeeding causes rapid synaptic remodeling in hypothalamus feeding circuits. Polysialylation of cell surface molecules is a key step in this neuronal rewiring and allows normalization of food intake. Here we examined the role of hypothalamic polysialylation in the long-term maintenance of body weight, and deciphered the molecular sequence underlying its nutritional regulation. We found that upon high fat diet (HFD), reduced hypothalamic polysialylation exacerbated the diet-induced obese phenotype in mice. Upon HFD, the histone acetyltransferase MOF was rapidly recruited on the St8sia4 polysialyltransferase-encoding gene. Mof silencing in the mediobasal hypothalamus of adult mice prevented activation of the St8sia4 gene transcription, reduced polysialylation, altered the acute homeostatic feeding response to HFD and increased the body weight gain. These findings indicate that impaired hypothalamic polysialylation contribute to the development of obesity, and establish a role for MOF in the brain control of energy balance.
|BRG1 promotes COUP-TFII expression and venous specification during embryonic vascular development.|
Davis, RB; Curtis, CD; Griffin, CT
Development (Cambridge, England) 140 1272-81 2013
Arteries and veins acquire distinct molecular identities prior to the onset of embryonic blood circulation, and their specification is crucial for vascular development. The transcription factor COUP-TFII currently functions at the top of a signaling pathway governing venous fate. It promotes venous identity by inhibiting Notch signaling and subsequent arterialization of endothelial cells, yet nothing is known about what regulates COUP-TFII expression in veins. We now report that the chromatin-remodeling enzyme BRG1 promotes COUP-TFII expression in venous endothelial cells during murine embryonic development. Conditional deletion of Brg1 from vascular endothelial cells resulted in downregulated COUP-TFII expression and aberrant expression of arterial markers on veins. BRG1 promotes COUP-TFII expression by binding conserved regulatory elements within the COUP-TFII promoter and remodeling chromatin to make the promoter accessible to transcriptional machinery. This study provides the first description of a factor promoting COUP-TFII expression in vascular endothelium and highlights a novel role for chromatin remodeling in venous specification.
|The chromatin-remodeling enzymes BRG1 and CHD4 antagonistically regulate vascular Wnt signaling.|
Curtis, CD; Griffin, CT
Molecular and cellular biology 32 1312-20 2012
Canonical Wnt signaling plays an important role in embryonic and postnatal blood vessel development. We previously reported that the chromatin-remodeling enzyme BRG1 promotes vascular Wnt signaling. Vascular deletion of Brg1 results in aberrant yolk sac blood vessel morphology, which is rescued by pharmacological stimulation of Wnt signaling with lithium chloride (LiCl). We have now generated embryos lacking the chromatin-remodeling enzyme Chd4 in vascular endothelial cells. Unlike Brg1 mutants, Chd4 mutant embryos had normal yolk sac vascular morphology. However, concomitant deletion of Chd4 and Brg1 rescued vascular abnormalities seen in Brg1 mutant yolk sacs to the same extent as LiCl treatment. We hypothesized that Wnt signaling was upregulated in Chd4 mutant yolk sac vasculature. Indeed, we found that Chd4 deletion resulted in upregulation of the Wnt-responsive transcription factor Tcf7 and an increase in Wnt target gene expression in endothelial cells. Furthermore, we identified one Wnt target gene, Pitx2, that was downregulated in Brg1 mutant endothelial cells but was rescued following LiCl treatment and in Brg1 Chd4 double mutant vasculature, suggesting that PITX2 helps to mediate the restoration of yolk sac vascular remodeling under both conditions. We conclude that BRG1 and CHD4 antagonistically modulate Wnt signaling in developing yolk sac vessels to mediate normal vascular remodeling.
|Genome-wide evaluation of histone methylation changes associated with leaf senescence in Arabidopsis.|
Brusslan, JA; Rus Alvarez-Canterbury, AM; Nair, NU; Rice, JC; Hitchler, MJ; Pellegrini, M
PloS one 7 e33151 2012
Leaf senescence is the orderly dismantling of older tissue that allows recycling of nutrients to developing portions of the plant and is accompanied by major changes in gene expression. Histone modifications correlate to levels of gene expression, and this study utilizes ChIP-seq to classify activating H3K4me3 and silencing H3K27me3 marks on a genome-wide scale for soil-grown mature and naturally senescent Arabidopsis leaves. ChIPnorm was used to normalize data sets and identify genomic regions with significant differences in the two histone methylation patterns, and the differences were correlated to changes in gene expression. Genes that showed an increase in the H3K4me3 mark in older leaves were senescence up-regulated, while genes that showed a decrease in the H3K4me3 mark in the older leaves were senescence down-regulated. For the H3K27me3 modification, genes that lost the H3K27me3 mark in older tissue were senescence up-regulated. Only a small number of genes gained the H3K27me3 mark, and these were senescence down-regulated. Approximately 50% of senescence up-regulated genes lacked the H3K4me3 mark in both mature and senescent leaf tissue. Two of these genes, SAG12 and At1g73220, display strong senescence up-regulation without the activating H3K4me3 histone modification. This study provides an initial epigenetic framework for the developmental transition into senescence.
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